This is one of the cool little secrets that you should know about. WordPress has a Master Options Panel in the admin panel which is hidden. This page has a combination of all of your settings for your blog, and it is something that you should not mess with. Nevertheless you should still know about it because it is cool.
Not too long ago we shared how you can add a live facebook share button in your WordPress site using a third party script. Well Facebook has decided to release the official version of the fshare count button, so why rely on the third party script anymore?
WordPress community in New York is organizing a great meetup for WordPress users. This event will be held on November 14 – 15, 2009 at Baruch College of the City University of New York. Our founder Syed Balkhi will be attending the conference.
In this article we will show you, how you can add a digg button on specific posts by simply using Custom fields.
WordPress team has released WordPress 2.8.5 today as a hardening release to make WordPress extra secure. Because the update improves your site security, it is recommended that you upgrade as soon as possible.
Do you want to add excerpts to your WordPress pages? By default, excerpts in WordPress are only available for posts. In this article, we will show you how to add excerpts to your pages in WordPress. Why You May Want to Add Excerpts to Pages… Read More »
Do you want to update WordPress but don’t know where to start? Often beginners are afraid that an update may break their website. This fear is understandable however it’s important to use the latest version of WordPress for the best security and performance of your… Read More »
In this showcase, we feature 18 Eco Friendly sites that are using WordPress. It is an odd showcase as you might think, but the idea is to raise awareness and get more people to be eco-friendly. Here at WPBeginner, we support Eco-Friendly companies that is why we use Host Gator’s Green Reseller Hosting. We are doing our part of the share, are you doing yours? Check out these blogs and see how you can live an eco-friendly life.
Did you ever see WordPress blogs that have a separate header for different categories? In this tutorial we will share a simple snippet that you can use to add custom header, footer, or even sidebar for each WordPress category.
There will be times when you want to use custom CSS in your single posts. In this tutorial we will share one of the ways that you can easily embed custom CSS in your single posts in WordPress with the use of Custom Fields.